Daveed Diggs

June 2, 2016 by admin_name

Daveed Diggs
I2Q June 2016 editorial

Daveed Diggs is an American actor, rapper, performer and artist who was born in Oakland, California. He´s an alumnus of Berkeley High School and Brown university where he ran track and then went into theater. He started in experimental theater at the Marc Bamuthi Joseph´s choreopoem, ”Word Becomes Flesh”. He is the founder, writer and vocalist to the hip-hop, rap group Clipping. His television credits include Law And Order, Hobbes And Me and The Get Down. His growing film credits include Zootopia, Yoga Boner and Rock Hard: The Rise And Fall Of Sexual Detergent, bu the is best known for his roles in the Broadway masterpiece ”Hamilton” where he played Marquis de Lafayette and Thomas Jefferson. He has won the Lucille Lortel Award, Theater World Award, Grammy Award and Broadway Audience Award. He was nominated for the Drama League Award, Tony Award, Fred And Adele Astaire Award and 2 more Broadway Audience Awards.

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